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An online programme to reduce depression in patients with multiple sclerosis: a randomised controlled trial. Kognitive Verhaltenstherapie und mehr!
Dealing with feeling. Internetbasierte Unterstützung der Depressionsbehandlung. Geht die Psychotherapie ins Netz? Möglichkeiten und Probleme von Therapie und Beratung im Internet.
No pain, no gain? Subjective competence breeds overconfidence in errors in psychosis. Stress is a bad advisor.
Preliminary results on acceptance, feasibility, and subjective efficacy of the add-on group intervention metacognitive training for borderline patients Schilling L, Moritz S, Köther U, Nagel M J Cogn Psychother.
Is the content of persecutory delusions relevant to self-esteem? Neue Selbsthilfeverfahren gegen Zwangsgedanken. How effective is mindfulness-based cognitive therapy MBCT in obsessive-compulsive disorder?
Why do bad things happen to me? Non-pharmacological treatment targeting cognitive biases underlying delusions in schizophrenia: Metacognitive training and therapy Moritz S, Balzan R, Woodward T, Menon M Aberrant Beliefs and Reasoning.
Are you sure? Can virtual reality reduce reality distortion? Sinnfindung und Genesung. Köln: Psychiatrie Verlag, Psychopathology and treatment approaches.
Social cognition and metacognition in schizophrenia. Trichotillomania and emotion Regulation: is symptom severity related to alexithymia?
Alexithymia and non-treatment. Cognitive dysfunctions in schizophrenia. Moritz S Current schizophrenia. Assessment of subjective cognitive and emotional effects of antipsychotic drugs.
Effect by defect? Metacognitive training in schizophrenia. Social cognition in schizophrenia. From evidence to treatment. Beyond the usual suspects: positive attitudes towards positive symptoms is associated with medication noncompliance in psychosis.
Psychosen in der Adoleszenz: Entwicklungspsychopathologie, Früherkennung und Behandlung. Interpersonal ambivalence in obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Further evidence for the efficacy of association splitting in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The more it is needed, the less it is wanted: attitudes toward face-to-face intervention among depressed patients undergoing online treatment.
Harnessing the web: Internet and self-help therapy for people with obsessive compulsive disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder Moritz S, Timpano K, Wittekind C, Knaeverlsrud C Handbook of treating variants and complications in anxiety disorders.
Springer Science,. Can we trust the internet to measure psychotic symptoms? Impact of emotionality on memory and meta-memory in schizophrenia using video sequences.
Effectiveness of association splitting in reducing unwanted intrusive thoughts in a nonclinical sample. Risk recognition and sensation seeking in revictimization and posttraumatic stress disorder.
Religiosity, magical ideation, and paranormal beliefs in anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder: a cross-sectional study.
Illusory Correlations in Paranoid Schizophrenia: Another cognitive bias relevant to delusions? Impaired discrimination between imagined and performed actions in schizophrenia.
Veridical and false memory for scenic material in posttraumatic stress disorder. Changes in cortisol secretion during antidepressive treatment and cognitive improvement in patients with major depression: a longitudinal study.
The effect of practice on the recall of salient information in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Remitted but still impaired? Symptomatic versus functional remission in patients with schizophrenia.
Remission as perceived by people with schizophrenia, family members and psychiatrists. Don't give me that look - overconfidence in false mental state perception in schizophrenia.
Effects of obsessive-compulsive symptoms on neuropsychological test performance: complicating an already complicated story. Repetition is good? An Internet trial on the illusory truth effect in schizophrenia and nonclinical participants.
Good news for allegedly bad studies. Jumping to conclusions is associated with paranoia but not general suspiciousness: a comparison of two versions of the probabilistic reasoning paradigm.
A randomized controlled trial of internet-based therapy in depression. Response confidence for emotion perception in schizophrenia using a Continuous Facial Sequence Task.
Susceptibility to misleading information under social pressure in schizophrenia. Normal mind-reading capacity but higher response confidence in borderline personality disorder patients.
We are also at the forefront of online research methods and have recently conducted several studies on online psychological treatments.
We always appreciate comments or questions about our research moritz uke. The training targets metacognitive processes i.
We have adapted and developed MCT for other disorders borderline personality disorder and depression for treatment in a group setting. We are currently conducting several studies to assess all interventions in relation to their acceptance, feasibility, and effectiveness among patients.
Moreover, we have devised a new technique to decrease obsessive thoughts that has been evaluated as successful in several studies association splitting.
Standard neuropsychological methods are used for the assessment of patients. The most frequent diagnostic questions are:. In addition, the induction of extrapyramidal side effects due to the administration of conventional D 2 antagonists often necessitates prescription of anticholinergic medication, which, as outlined, has negative effects on learning and memory.
Taken together, the conventional "treatment package" D 2 antagonists and anti-Parkinson agents potentially harms the already decreased cognitive capacity of patients with schizophrenia.
With the possible exception of clozapine Clozaril , for which divergent findings have been collected with respect to memory, studies investigating the efficacy of atypical antipsychotic agents have mostly found enhancing effects on neurocognition Keefe et al.
Although there is evidence that atypical antipsychotics directly exert beneficial effects on neurocognitive functioning, some of the positive effects of atypical antipsychotics on neurocognition stem from a more pronounced remission of negative symptoms relative to conventional agents.
The positive impact of atypical antipsychotics on neurocognitive functioning embraces the domains of memory short- and long-term , selective attention, executive functioning and verbal fluency Bilder et al.
As spatial processing rarely has been assessed, no solid conclusions can yet be drawn regarding this domain Moritz, In recent years, studies employing standard neurocognitive tests have been complemented by research on subjective cognitive complaints in patients.
The assessment of subjective cognitive well-being is by no means redundant to objective testing since subjective and objective testing are often poorly correlated Moritz et al.
The assessment of subjective cognitive deficits offers a means to circumvent simple practice effects that plague studies that have objective neurocognitive tests but no control groups.
In two studies, subjective cognitive deficits predicted later symptomatic outcome in first-episode patients, further highlighting the importance of subjective complaints Moritz et al.
In addition, Naber found that well-being at discharge as assessed by the Subjective Well-Being Under Neuroleptic Treatments questionnaire SWN , which also incorporates a mental functioning scale, predicted compliance at follow-up.
In one of the first studies that investigated subjective cognitive deficits, patients with schizophrenia reported fewer subjective cognitive complaints after treatment with clozapine in comparison to haloperidol Haldol Morgner, Differences were largest for the subscales of motor functioning and loss of automation on the Frankfurt Complaint Questionnaire FCQ Sllwold, The FCQ was originally designed to cover basic schizophrenia symptoms but is increasingly utilized to tap general subjective cognitive problems.
A study by Cuesta et al. Daniel et al. Naber compared patients treated with clozapine with a sample treated with a variety of conventional agents.
He observed that clozapine led to an improved well-being along different dimensions including cognitive functioning. More recently, Naber et al.
However, the naturalistic design and small sample size render the results preliminary and call for a replication.
Some recent studies have investigated the impact of antipsychotic dosage on cognition. Williams M, Wetterneck C eds.
Selbstmanagement Interventionen in der Behandlung depressiver Störungen: reif für die klinische Praxis?
Mindfulness predicts insight in obsessive-compulsive disorder over and above OC symptoms. Eine randomisiert-kontrollierte Studie [Can an online intervention for depression alleviate emotional problems and pain?
Early detection. A defense of our statement that we should not catastrophize a future we cannot reliably predict nor change.
Imaginal retraining decreases craving for high-calorie food in overweight and obese women. Post-psychotic depression.
Does uncertainty breed conviction? Letter to the Editor: Metacognitive training and metacognitive therapy.
Metacognitive training. Cupitt C eds. New York: Routledge, Terapi metakognitif. Pada pasien skizofrenia dengan waham. Ester M eds. Do guided internet-based interventions result in clinically relevant changes for patients with depression?
Is self-guided internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy iCBT harmful? Evaluation of a brief unguided psychological online intervention for depression.
A meta-analysis" by Twomey and colleagues [Psychiatry Res. We cannot change the past, but we can change its meaning. The stereotype threat effect: An alternative explanation for neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia?
New wine in an old bottle? Decreased memory confidence in obsessive-compulsive disorder for scenarios high and low on responsibility: is low still too high?
Metacognition — What did James H. Who benefits and who does not? If it is absurd, then why do you do it? Dysfunction by Disclosure?
Stress levels in psychosis: Do body and mind diverge? Correction: Does a narcissism epidemic exist in modern western societies?
Does a narcissism epidemic exist in modern western societies? Individualized metacognitive therapy for delusions. Introduction to the special issue on cognition and delusions.
What do we know, what do we guess, and what do we perhaps falsely believe? Verhaltenstherapie in der Praxis. Brakemeier E, Jacobi F eds. Weinheim: Beltz, Would I take antipsychotics, if I had psychotic symptoms?
Issy-les-Moulineaux : Elsevier Masson, Cognitive and metacognitive mechanisms of change in Metacognitive Training for Depression.
Does recruitment source moderate treatment effectiveness? Time to remission from mild to moderate depressive symptoms. Metakognitives Training.
Neurocognitive deficits or stress overload: Why do individuals with schizophrenia show poor performance in neurocognitive tests?
Psychotherapie von Schizophrenie: Was geht? Negative affect and a fluctuating jumping to conclusions bias predict subsequent paranoia in daily life.
Psychosocial approaches in the treatment of psychosis. The customer is always right? Muslims Love Jesus, Too? Do depressive symptoms predict paranoia or vice versa?
Does impairment in neuropsychological tests equal neuropsychological impairment in obsessive-compulsive disorder OCD?
Neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia. Are we making mountains out of molehills? Liberale Akzeptanz als kognitiver Mechanismus bei Psychose.
A two-stage cognitive theory of the positive symptoms of psychosis. Are we exaggerating neuropsychological impairment in depression? Untangling the complex relationships between symptoms of schizophrenia and emotion dynamics in daily life.
Non-pharmacological interventions for schizophrenia: How much can be achieved and how? Diagnostische Verfahren in der Psychotherapie. KG, Entwicklungen in der Integrativen KVT.
Stavemann H eds. Erkennen und modifzieren von Denkverzerrungen. Funktions- und störungsorientiertes Vorgehen. München: Elsevier GmbH,